INDIA: Mr. Dillip Kumar Dash a Unique Talent on Odia Literature and Culture


WHEN the Chamara (Chamara : It is made from the tail of a Chamaree cow. It is used in the good deeds of Hinduism worship) falls on the shoulders , their are someny discussions & conclusions are raise about art, Odia/Sanskrit/Bengalee and other literature & culture along with theosophical thoughts begin also.

His deep determination, uninterrupted practice and diligence give him a unique identity in society.

In profession he is a Sanskrit teacher but in skilled he is a Vedic activist, Pala Gayak (Pala: It has a lead singer with a chameleon and five musicians and singers.

The program discusses various spiritual theories and facts, including art, literature and culture), Social Activist and Literary figure.

He was met by Dr. Chinmaya Dash,the Representative of DIRAMAKINI of India Country.
Mr. Dillip Kumar Dash was born on 11th October 1972 in the village of Bangra in Singhpur under Binjharpur block of Jajpur district in the state of Odisha in the lap of Father Late Bhagabata Dash and Mother Shuka Dei.

Through his hard work, he creates a new identity. He has been a Sanskrit teacher by profession at Kripasindhu High School in Bangra since 1993 to till now, after completing his Master's degree in Sanskrit language and literature.

But in society he is a multi talented activist. He is a Vedic Activist, Eloquent practitioner, Preacher, Theorists and Literary seeker etc.
His talent has given him a unique identity throughout Odisha.He has been certified, awarded & honored by hundreds above of institutions/organizations in Odisha for his achievements.

For his work, Shri Sri Dayanidhi Paramahamsa Siddhashram of Matto of Bhadrak district has been awarded the title of "Karmakanda Bisharada (Expert) & Gayak (Singer) Kalpashree Upadhee(Award), Paradwip-based Manaswini Sahitya Samsad (Literature Organization) awarded him "Swarabharatee" , Odisha State Pratibhapuja Samsad give him "Gayak Tatwa Bisharad Award" etc.

Currently, Mr.Dillip Kumar Dash is a lifelong member of the Byasadev Vedic Brahmins Federation, a lifelong member of the Nilachal Nikhilotkala Pala Parishada, a cultural secretary of the Jajpur Zilla Palagayak Parishad & Maa Birja Palakar Sangha etc. Mr. Dillip Kumar Dash opined that only by making the Pala people simpler and more tolerant can the crime in the society be prevented.

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